Martha J. Zimmerman PDF Print E-mail

Martha Weber Zimmerman, 88, of Pomaria, died Thursday, September 24, 2020 at Newberry County Memorial Hospital.

Born on October 30, 1931 in Lock Haven, PA, she was a daughter of the late Lester and Magdalena Fritz Weber.

Martha is survived by her husband of 67 years, David Richard Zimmerman; sons, Jospeh Zimmerman and Mark Zimmerman; a daughter, Karen (Doug) Quinn and grandchildren, Christopher Zimmerman and Kimberly Zimmerman. She is also survived by three very special nieces, Sharon Confer Morley, Julie Confer Panczyszyn and Leslie Weber Shropshire; and one very special pup, Potter. Martha was predeceased by a sister, Virginia Confer and a brother, Lester Weber, Jr.

After graduating from Lock Haven High School in 1949, Martha was employed in her home town and in 1953 married Korean War Veteran David Zimmerman. They eventually moved out of PA and lived in several places in NY before settling in Candor, NY, where they lived until 1997. At that time, they relocated to Pomaria, SC.

Martha was a force of nature and loved life. She worked outside the home doing many different things, from retail to real estate, to going back to work full time in her mid-50’s just to have something to do. In 2008, Martha came to work at the Little Mountain Unlimited Antique Mall, where she worked up until last month. She was an icon at the store, and her circle of friends and customers is huge. There was no where Martha went where she did not know someone; her personality was just that big.

Anyone wishing to send a memorial should donate to ones local animal shelter or favorite pet rescue. Martha loved her dogs and her “grand-dogs.” One thing that was guaranteed to make her happy was a dog, and we know that there was a bunch of them waiting to greet her as she entered heaven.

The family will announce a date for a memorial service at a later time.




#11 Becky Abraham 2020-09-28 11:05
I will miss seeing “my birthday twin” at the store. I will think of her each time I put out a table topper she made and gave to me. She spread her kindness in so many ways.
#10 Pam Bush 2020-09-27 18:28
Karen, Doug and Family,
Ms Martha was such a sweet, lovely lady, and was always so kind to me. May the many warm and loving memories help to sustain you during this difficult time. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
#9 Darla 2020-09-27 12:10
Sorry for your loss! Prayers from PA
#8 Erin Vitali 2020-09-27 10:42
Kim and family,
I am so sorry to hear about your loss.
We are keeping you in our thoughts.

Erin & Mike Vitali
#7 Sheryl G Bingham 2020-09-27 10:36
Martha was a dear friend to my sister, Doris Fazio, and she was always friendly and kind to me. I pray you will know God's peace at this difficult time.
#6 Jana and Art Jayroe 2020-09-27 10:21
Karen, We are so sorry for your loss. Your mom will be greatly missed. If there is anything we can do please let us know. You are in our prayers. Take care, Jana and Art
#5 Deb Shaughnessy 2020-09-27 07:46
Mark, Patty, Joe & Kim, We are so sorry for your loss, our hearts go out to you all during this very difficult time in your lives! Although I never had the pleasure of meeting her personally I feel like I have through all of you. I will think about her & smile every time I pull out one of the many beautiful holiday table toppers that she made for me!
In our thoughts & prayers,
Mike & Deb Shaughnessy
#4 Amy Kirkland 2020-09-26 10:22
Karen and Family
I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you during this difficult time. Miss Martha was a sweet kind lady. She was such a joy to all that knew her. I will miss her very much.
#3 Jessica 2020-09-25 17:25
Karen and Doug,

I’m so very sorry for your loss. If I can do anything please let me know. Praying for you both.
#2 Rhonda 2020-09-25 09:44
I'm so sorry to hear about your mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Rhonda Lindler
#1 Elizabeth 2020-09-25 06:33
I am so sorry for your loss. I loved Miss Martha so much, and I enjoyed her enthusiastic greetings and warm hugs when we saw each other. Sending you God's peace at this difficult time.
Elizabeth Jenkins